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10 Meetup Groups match “Fiction & Non Fiction Book Lovers” near London, United Kingdom
London Non-Fiction Books & Brunch Club While we can all give thanks to Grazia magazine for honing our WAG spotting talents and keeping us updated every time Cheryl Cole leaves the house with lipstick on her teeth, for those of us who also enjoy reading non-fiction books, it can be hard to find the right book club outlet. The purpose of this book club is to provide a relaxed, fun and social environment for women who enjoy reading non-fiction. Ideally, members will be: - between 28-38; - intereste …
We are a small and friendly book group that meets once a month in central Cheltenham. Our aim is to read different types of books and welcome suggestions from members. You also don't have to have finished or like the book to attend. There is also a £2 fee per person per meet up which will be collected on the night. This funds the running of the website.
A brighton based book club into exploring non-fiction books ! We are interested in exploring art, economics, culture, politics, history, biographies, science, philosophy etc. The plan is to meet monthly, alternating between a tuesday and a thursday. We look forward to seeing you at our meet-ups for some stimulating discussion and debate ! To find out more about a particular meeting - please go to that meeting in the list for more info. For current book nominations please go here: http://www.meet …
Welcome to Chichester Readers; a group of people who love books. The general idea is to meet every month or so, all having read the same book and to have a bit of a natter over a glass or two of wine. Marvellous. So far we have read: 1) Julia Stuart's 'The Matchmaker of Perigord' 2) 'The Memory Keeper's Daughter' by Kim Edwards 3) 'The White Tiger' by Aravind Adiga 4) 'Boiling a Frog' by Christopher Brookmyre 5) 'Night Train to Lisbon' by Pascal Mercier 6) 'The Irresistible Inheritance of …
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Unlike most others, our book club offers an opportunity to discuss a recent read while enjoying food and wine. Of course you don't have to have lunch; you don't have to drink wine; in fact you don't even have to read the chosen book - it's just a starting point for stimulating conversation. So feel free to join us on the first Sunday of the month for laughter and tears, lively discussion and lots of new friends. N.B. The £5 requested when you RSVP is taken off the restaurant bill at the meeting. …
We are a friendly group of people aged between 30 and 45 (in spirit if not in body) who hold meetings in interesting locations around East London. If you'd like to suggest a pub, bar, cafe or book then come and join us! We will organise a number of meetings per month, you can select as many as you like, obviously, the more meetings you attend, the more reading you will have to do!
Aged 24-36? Fascinated by the human mind? Intrigued by male & female psychology? A fan of exciting contemporary multicultural fiction? Enjoy best selling personal development? Interested in Multicultural issues? We meet on the last Sunday of each month at Brixton Library - Books are provided by Brixton Library free to members The Psychology and Multicultural Literature Reading Group gets to the heart of psychology and the personal development movement, selecting books that inspire, motivate an …
About The Bookmark Club. Who are we and what's our club about? Good question. Well... you've found a book club which is unlike most others ... First of all and most importantly... this club is wholeheartedly dedicated to the love of Non-fiction books. If you love reading and discussing non-fiction books, you will be among friends here! The aim of the club. We’re a social group of non fiction booklovers... The focus of the club is to build a community of non-fiction book lovers (NFBL's) who l …
This is a book club specialising in erotica, female sexuality, sexual health, naughty books - contemporary fiction, non-fiction, and classics. The aim is to celebrate female sexuality, explore sensuality and eroticism, and chat about related topics. I have an online magazine about sex, health & wellbeing called RUDE, and review new and upcoming titles for this. I also work with local erotic boutiques and craftsmen so have a few nice products to show you and discuss. I'm open to book suggestions …
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Chalke Authors is a freelance consultancy and publicity agency for authors. Check this group page out for information on upcoming events for which we can provide discounted and occasionaly complimentary tickets for both readers and authors alike. Below is a list of current authors we are looking after: Michael Arnold, Patrick Bishop, James Burge,Tim Butcher, Jimmy Burns, Tom Carver, Jessie Childs, William Dalrymple,Saul David, Carol Dyhouse,Leonie Frieda,Sarah Gristwood, Stephen Grey,Alice Hog …
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